GM Standard double-decker bus

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GM Standard double-decker bus
GMPTE bus 8535 Leyland Atlantean Northern Counties GM standard ANA 535Y in Rochdale Bus Station, Greater Manchester 30 June 1984.jpg
A GM Standard/Leyland Atlantean seen departing Rochdale Bus Station in 1984
Manufacturer Park Royal
Northern Counties
Body and chassis
Doors 1 or 2 doors
Floor type Step-entrance
Chassis Leyland Atlantean
Daimler Fleetline
Length 9.0m to 10.6m
Width 2.5m
Height 4.4m

The GM Standard double-decker bus was a double-decker bus bodywork designed by SELNEC and its successor Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Executive and built on Leyland Atlantean and Daimler Fleetline chassis. No fewer than 1,815 standards were delivered to SELNEC, Greater Manchester Transport and Lancashire United Transport.

A common design is that the bus has its tall lower deck double-curvature windscreen and upper deck double-curvature windscreen with either an arched top or a flat top.

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